As far as last-minute dramatics are concerned, you'd be hard-pressed to find anything in golf more special than what S.Y. Kim did Sunday on the LPGA in the Lotte Championship in Oahu on Saturday.
Playing the 18th hole in regulation, Kim needed a par to force a playoff with Inbee Park.
After hitting her tee shot in the water, it wasn't looking good for Kim... and that's when the fireworks started.
From just off the green, Kim managed to chip in for an incredible par to earn her spot in the playoff. That was sensational, but the grand finale was still to come.
On the first hole of the playoff with Park -- playing the same hole -- Kim found the fairway with her tee shot, barely clearing the water.
Then, from 154 yards out with an 8-iron in her hands, Kim couldn't have dreamed up a a better ending -- she holed the shot for eagle and a walk-off win.
Here's video of the chip-in, followed by the tournament-ending eagle: